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  1. #7201
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    It will be the Shannon brothers show on Saturday when the three brothers will line up for the Burleigh Bears.

    Oldest brother Daniel Shannon will start in the front row for the Burleigh Colts side, with middle brother coming off the bench in the same side.

    Earlier on Saturday youngest brother Joseph Shannon will start for the Bears MM Cup side in the front row against Souths Logan.

    Sam and Joseph Shannon are contracted to the Titans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    It will be odd to see Jayden Campbell run out in a Tweed Heads Seagulls jersey on Saturday when he starts at fullback for the Seagulls in their Queensland Cup trial against his former club Burleigh.

    Another former Bear will be lining up with Campbell on Saturday night in fellow Titan Darius Farmer.
    Any idea why they swapped teams? Obviously Jayden has been in the Burleigh system for a while through MM HDC and A Grade.
    Do you think itís a decision based on development opportunities or just balancing the players out at each feeder club?

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    I think that it is for opportunity mate, obviously Kurtis Rowe is entrenched at Burleigh and obviously the Titans are looking to get Jayden into the Queensland Cup as soon as possible.

    Quote Originally Posted by ja4220 View Post
    Any idea why they swapped teams? Obviously Jayden has been in the Burleigh system for a while through MM HDC and A Grade.
    Do you think it’s a decision based on development opportunities or just balancing the players out at each feeder club?

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    Titans contracted Matthew Barrow will line up at fullback for the Tweed Heads Seagulls CC Cup side tomorrow as they take on the Ipswich Jets.

    Earlier this season Matthew Barrow came off the bench to play on the right wing for the Titans U17 side that took on Newcastle in Coffs Harbour.

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    The Souths Logan Magpies CC Cup side are going to have their hands full tomorrow in Round One of that competition when they have giant Titans contracted Burleigh second rower Philip Hakaraia-Ngamotu running straight and hard at them.
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    Back from Sydney playing with the Parramatta Eels, Charlie Murray will play for the Tweed Heads Seagulls Hastings Deering’s Colts side this season and he will also be Colts eligible in 2022.

    Charlie Murray was named on the extended bench for the Parramatta Eels in Round One of the 2020 Jersey Flegg U20 competition and was also named there in Round Two but that round (and all subsequent) were cancelled.

    Charlie Murray came back to the Gold Coast after the Covid 19 pardemic hit, and played for the Currumbin Eagles in the 2020 GCRL U20 competition including starting at right second row for the Eagles in the 2020 GCRL U20 Grand Final against the Helensvale Hornets with the Eagles prevailing 22 – 20 at Cbus Stadium.

    Charlie Murray scored one of Currumbin’s first half Grand Final tries when he was on hand when the Burleigh defence dropped an Oliver Singh kick. After taking the ball Charlie Murray cut to his left and was able to spin clockwise to break a tackle and score under the posts.

    It was great to see Charlie Murray named to make his Gold Coast Rugby League First Grade debut in late September 2020 when he started from the bench for the Currumbin Eagles as they took on the Tugun Seahawks in Round Eight.

    In 2019 Charlie Murray was a stand out for the Marymount Mako’s school boy rugby league team including being part of the Marymount side that played in the Confraternity Shield. At that competition Charlie Murray was named Confraternity Player of the Carnival, named at lock in the team of the carnival and also won the Carbine Club Award.

    In 2019 Charlie Murray also started in all six of Burleigh’s MM Cup matches, starting five at lock and one being Round Five against Souths Logan in the second row. Charlie Murray’s sole try was an important one that tied the scores in Round One against the Norths Devils.

    The former Wauchope Blues and Camden Haven High School student was part of the Parramatta Eels Harrold Matthews squad in 2017 this season and in 2016 as a 15 year old captained the New South Wales High Achievers Rugby League side on a PNG tour where they played a curtain raiser in front of 15,000 for a PNG against Australian Presidents XIII match in Port Moresby. Charlie Murray also represented Group Three in multiple junior representative sides.

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    Titans contracted Jeremaiah Temapo, who will start on the wing for the Burleigh MM Cup side this weekend, has been named in the South Coast Open school boys rugby squad from Keebra Park.

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    After two seasons with the Penrith Panthers, Glenn McGradey is back on the Gold Coast and will play the 20201 season with the Tweed Heads Seagulls Hastings Deering’s Colts side and such is his talent that a Queensland Cup debut for the tall young former PBC fullback or centre is certainly not out of the question.

    In Round One of the 2020 U20 Jersey Flegg NSWRL season Glenn McGradey started at fullback and scored a double (28th and 43rd Minutes) and Penrith defeated the Norths Sydeny Bears 24 – 0. Glenn McGradey was outstanding playing the entire matchrunning for 1041. Metres, made two line breaks, also broke ten tackles and made three tackles of his own at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Glenn McGradey’s first try came late in the first half. Glenn McGradey received the ball around twelve metres out from the line on the right side of the field from a long cut our pass and as he approached the line, Glenn McGradey stepped off his right foot to crash over the line mid-way between the right corner post and right upright.

    Glenn McGradey’s second try of the match came in the second half when he followed through a short kick out of dummy half to take the ball and put it donw with around ten centremetres to spare which was followed by a forward roll to put an explanation mark on the try.

    In 2019 for Penrith in the U20 Jersey Flegg competition Glenn McGradey played in seventeen matches, starting them all. Glenn McGradey’s Jersey Flegg debut came in Round Seven when he started on the wing against Souths Sydney. Glenn McGradey continued starting on the wing until Round Twelve against Manly when he started in the centres and moved to fullback in Round Sixteen against St George.

    In total in the 2019 Jersey Flegg competition, Glenn McGradey started five matches on the wing, five in the centres and seven at fullback including both of the Panthers finals matches which came in Week One against the Roosters and Week Three against Souths Sydney.

    Glenn McGradey finished his debut Jersey Flegg season with sixty eight points from nine tries and sixteen goals with his first goal coming in Round sixteen when he kicked a conversion against the St George Dragon. Glenn McGradey’s 2019 goal kicking exploits included an impressive seven from seven against the Newcastle Knights in Round Eighteen. Glenn McGradey also kicked five goals in Round Twenty Four against the Manly Sea Eagles.

    Glenn McGradey scored his first Jersey Flegg try in on his debut in Round Seven against Souths Sydeny and also scored against Manly (Round Twelve), the Roosters (Round Thirteen and Week One of the Finals), the Raiders (Round Nineteen), Bulldogs (Round Twenty), the Wests Tigers (Round Twenty Two and in Round Twenty Three against the Norths Sydney Bears.

    The talented young former Goondiwindi youngster from the Warwick and Districts Junior Rugby League had an incredible first season for the Bilambil Jets, representing the club in both the U17 Division One and U19 competitions in 2018. Glenn McGradey was also a standout performer for PBC that same year as they progressed all the way to the Queensland GIO Cup semi-finals losing in the end 22 – 20 to Marsden State High School.

    Glenn McGradey in 2018 was a key member of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup side starting at fullback in all seven of their matches including their Week One Finals loss to the Souths Logan Magpies.

    Glenn McGradey finished the 2018 MM Cup season with a 100% strike rate, with six of those tries coming from doubles in consequetive matches from Round Five to Round Seven, coming against the Townsville Blackhawks (Round Five), Wynnum Manly Seagulls (Round Six) and in Round Seven agains the Easts Tigers.

    2018 also saw Glenn McGradey play a key role in the PBC open school boy’s success in the Langer and GIO Cups, playing fullback and Glenn McGradey also represented the South Coast U18 school boy side in 2018 and subsequently Queensland at the 2018 ASSRL U18 school boy Championships.

    Over the course of the 2017 season the young fullback or five eight played in fourteen U17 Division One matches scoring twelve tries to lead the competition try scoring tally and has also kicked twenty five goals to have 98 points on the season. Glenn McGradey also played in seven U19 matches scoring five tries and kicking fourteen goals for 48 points on the season.

    Glenn McGradey had a great U19 debut in July 2018 against Ormeau after playing in the U17 match earlier in the day and what a debut the young man had, he scored a double and kicked three goals as well to finish with 14 points for the match. Glenn McGradey in fact started at fullback for Bilambil in the Gold Coast U19 Grand Final kicking three conversions in Bilambil’s 34 – 20 Grand Final win over Tugun.

    In the U19 competition Glenn McGradey, in addition to his debut double he also scored a double against Tugun in a regular season match and also scored against Currumbin and on four occasions kicked three goals in a match.

    At the U17 Division One level, Glenn McGradey scored an incredible five tries in a Round Two match against the Ormeau Shearers and also kicked five goals in that match as well for 30 points. Glenn McGradey also scored a double a fortnight later against Helensvale and in July against Mudgeeraba he scored 16 points in a match from a try and six goals. The following week against Burleigh Glenn McGradey kicked six conversions in a win over Burleigh and in the Preliminary Final Glenn McGradey scored a try and kicked a goal in their loss to Ormeau which knocked them out of the competition this season.

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    After a solid 4th quarter for the Titans against the Warriors in the recent NRL trial, Toby Sexton will start at halfback for the Tweed Heads Seagulls in their Queensland Cup trial tomorrow against the Burleigh Bears.

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    Great to see Titans contracted young outside back Caleb Hodges named on the bench for the Tweed Heads Seagulls Queensland side for their trial tomorrow against local rivals the Burleigh Bears.

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    Anyone who will be watching the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup side go around tomorrow in Round One against the Ipswich Jets will see a young Titans contracted player with one of the best defensive techniques in all of rugby league in Bailey Martin.

    Even though he will start from the bench Bailey Martin will still almost certainly be at or near the top of the top tacklers list.

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    To date in the 2021 season Titans contracted Keano Kini has played fullback for the Titans U17 side and also for the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup side except for a quarter and a half on the left wing in a recent trial against Souths Logan but tomorrow Keano Kini lines up at left wing but he seems set to continue his game breaking ways against Ipswich tomorrow.

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    Powerful Titans contracted front rower Taelon Te Whiu-Hopa will captain the Tweed Heads Seagull U16 CC Cup side in their Round One match against Ipswich and there is no doubt he will lead from the front through his actions.

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    Great to see Titans contracted forward Wailer Whaiapu named on the bench for the Burleigh CC Cup side for Round One tomorrow against Souths Logan. The young Keebra Park student has had some injuries over the last year but now that he is coming back to full fitness opponents should be on guard.

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    The Cudgen Hornets rugby league club supporters will have a big smile on their face when juniors Tom Weaver, Jack Cullen, Oskar Bryant and Jaylan De Groot run out in the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup Round One match tomorrow against Ipswich. But for injury Reef Sommerville may have had it five Cudgen juniors.

    Reserve forward Bailey Martin was also part of the Cudgen Hornets club in 2020, playing in their NRRRL U18 Grand Final winning side alongside the other players noted with all six contracted to the Titans.

    Ryan Foran who is also contracted to the Titans will start in the second row for Tweed Heads is from just down the road in Murwillumbah as is Riley Lack who unfortunately is out of Round One due to a head knock suffered scoring in a trial match against Souths Logan recently.
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